|Anonymous||# Posted on January 23, 2013 at 8:51 pm|
@hollowinfinity, Why did you ask if you want to just refute the science.
Take some advanced physics courses and you’ll know how we know. This theory was derived a hundred + years ago, and countless experiments have been done that strengthen it. This isn’t crazy difficult stuff, although its incredibly interesting.
But we know that gravity moves at the speed of light – or at least it’s effects do.
@tweibaby, “Also, several physicists still retain that neutrinos move faster than light.”
There was a loose cable, they fixed the cable, it fixed the problem. The physicist who conducted the experiment was so embarrassed that he resigned. If the person who fumbled and then fixed the problem doesn’t believe it, why would you?